Saturday Sep 14, 2019
KARACHI: After achieving remarkable improvement in fitness level, Pakistan’s skipper Sarfaraz Ahmed has now started motivating other players to opt for the fitness culture, even during domestic cricket.
The captain of Pakistan’s ODI and T20I teams was seen passing fitness tips and sharing his experience with youngsters at UBL stadium on Saturday at the end of the first day’s play at Quaid-e-Azam Trophy in which he is leading Sindh’s team.
The Pakistan team captain, reportedly, lost around 10 to 12 kg weight post world cup and has impressed everyone in the team management with his fit-again look
“Motivation and dedication are key, just forget about being fatigued and keep aiming to achieve your target,” Sarfaraz was heard telling his young members of the team.
“Being fit is important and you’ll have to be focused about it, say no to things that can harm your fitness,” the skipper guided his team mates in Sindh’s squad.
Following the post-match session with colleagues, Sarfaraz confirmed that he was trying to pass on his experience to youngsters so they all can be motivated to keep themselves fit.